UK HOUSING REVIEW

 

UK HOUSING REVIEW from the Chartered Institute of Housing CIH

'A brilliant publication, full of really useful and interesting stuff.'   Lord Richard Best

Welcome to the UK Housing Review, it's a key resource for busy managers and policymakers across the public and private housing sectors in the UK. The Review, published annually, brings together the most important housing statistics for England (and its regions), Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. It features over 200 charts and tables for those who need information about housing policy and finance.

Its charts and tables include data about:

  • Homelessness and lettings
  • Housing investment by councils, housing associations and private investors
  • Housing stock and conditions
  • Household characteristics and incomes
  • Subsidies, tax reliefs and benefits
  • House prices and market trends
  • Public expenditure plans and the economy
  • Rents and revenue spending
  • Selected international housing trends

This website provides much of the content online, with downloadable text charts and data in PDF and Excel. Contemporary Issues chapters from earlier editions are also downloadable

Print editions of the UK Housing Review offer further articles by leading analysts, and recent editions are available to order at the Chartered Institute of Housing online bookshop.

Follow the menu links (left) for more information on current and past editions.

The 28th edition is available from the CIH bookshop. To link to the sections that are downloadable visit the page for the 2020 edition here.

The UK Housing Review continues to be the prime source for all concerned with housing policy and finance.

'A very important piece of work for our sector.' Piers Williamson, The Housing Finance Corporation.

'Widely respected.' Peter Hetherington, The Guardian.

'I couldn't have built my databases without the UK Housing Review. Superb for adding context, it's a goldmine: I've often found its sheer range and combination of data triggers new ideas and perspectives.' Rob Cowley, former data editor of Social Housing magazine.

Feedback on the Review is always welcome. Please see the Contact page for details.